The chief of the Coventry Fire District – which has the highest tax rate in any local fire district – was seen drinking, smoking and golfing…
Experts on the front line of the epidemic say the state’s latest overdose numbers look a lot like those from years past – meaning there’s st…
Eyewitness News has learned several immunizations that were recommended for many years will soon be required.
The $11 million, 2500 ton bridge is less than a decade old and was part of the $610 million Interstate 195 relocation project.
Unlike thunder and lightning, which announce themselves with a certain authority, rip currents can be incredibly difficult to spot.
Unlike river flooding, which typically has advance warning, flash flooding can happen in a matter of minutes.
Storms in July can often be an indicator of what’s to come, according to Dave Vallee of the National Weather Service.
Would you shell out an extra $100 per year just to have your own customized license plate? If so, you’re not alone.
While not all thunderstorms are severe in terms of wind and hail, all thunderstorms create lightning — which means they all need to be resp…
In a Target 12 Consumer Investigation, Susan Hogan looks into new apps that could save your life or the life of a loved one.
The children of a prominent East Side businessman who died in the 70s is wondering what happened to their father’s “small fortune.”
The parking vendor saw its profits surge – while some towns lost money – after parking fees at state beaches were increased in 2011.
Providence Schools Superintendent Dr. Susan Lusi says the district was not aware that the employee bought her degree online when they hired …
Law enforcement officials throughout the state hauled in nearly $15.7 million since 2003 using the state’s asset forfeiture law.
E-cigarettes are growing in popularity, but they aren’t regulated federally or locally. Anyone can buy them in Rhode Island – even minors.
According to a lawsuit filed on behalf of Jay Traylor, the guardrail penetrated through the driver’s side floorboard, “impaling Traylor.”
Guardrails are meant to protect you in a car crash, but we’ve uncovered allegations of safety concerns about a certain type on our roads.
As its founder faces trial for embezzlement and forgery, the Institute for International Sport still solicited tax deductible donations.
Rhode Island ranks towards the bottom of the pack when it comes to tracking down past due and missing child support payments.
We sifted through hundreds of police reports and found a shocking number smartphone thefts, many of which that were taken by force.
Statistics reviewed by Target 12 show that wait times are down sharply at the DMV’s Cranston branch, but we’ve learned some of the time you …
New findings from Target 12 have forced state leaders to finally examine why Curt Schilling’s company never registered its representatives.
Secretary of State Ralph Mollis is examining whether 38 Studios violated state law based on a document obtained by Target 12.
Sal Monteiro spent more than a decade behind bars for second-degree murder, and now he’s paid to teach nonviolence.
Eyewitness News uncovers what the law allows you to use to keep yourself safe in an emergency situation.